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PBS
Jan 13, 2017 3:59pm PST
." reporting from washington, i am laura trevelyan. a week from now donald trump will be president of the united states. today his feud with the intelligence agencies he is about to lead is escalating. what do trump supporters want him to serve up when he is in office? we go to michigan, which helped put him over the top, to find out. and her life is the stuff of legend. and now years after the death of a tribute iss, underway far from american shores. welcome to our viewers on public television in america and around the globe. with seven days to go until donald trump takes office, his feud with the country's intelligence agencies shows no signs of cooling down. today he claimed on twitter that they probably released the dossier of what he called totally made up claims linking him to russia. he also promised a report of allegations of hacking by moscow within 90 days. nick bryant reports. nick: they are storylines that could easily come from a cold war spy thriller. plot twists involving sex allegations and potential blackmail that even the tv series "house of cards" might balk at.
donald trump and will do it again and again, not om in our country but other countries as well. i had a more complete briefing last week. it is important for congress to pass legislation to create an outside nonpartisan independent commission. national security, leaders in our country on both sides of the isle, not even political, have called for this commission. every house democrat has co-sponsored the protect our government act. and republicans are saying, mitch mcconnell is saying the intelligence committee can do that. he g.o.p. chair, senator burr, said it will not investigate links between russia and the campaign in the u.s. and president-elect trump's prays of putin. and let's hope for the best. let's hope any further investigation will remove doubt that the russians were not successful in effecting policy in the united states as they affected policy in the united states. you heard me say long before these briefings, i wonder what the russians have on donald trump that they are so insistent on his election, a. and b, so protective of his information. we want our agencies o
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 11:45pm GMT
process has begun before a replacement has been agreed. twitter storm. donald trump blames us intelligence again for releasing allegations linking him with russia. a woman dies in the us from an infection which resisted all available antibiotics. disease control experts call it a nightmare bacteria. and a baby girl who was stolen from a hospital in florida has been found alive 18 years later.
sense they can make a bigger arguments against trump's nominees, someone who is trading stocks. host: this is a headline from your article "liberals narrow their lists of trump picks to target. tom price is on that list. tell us who we can expect to be asking the tough questions of tom price? >> this committee is filled with big liberal names and will be focused on the battles here. but expect to hear complaints -- there is one real ally in the room and that is johnny isakson said hes murphy who has won't vote for him. host: another senate confirmation hearing that is coming up on wednesday is for e.p.a. administrator, scott pruitt, what are the big issues we will hear at his hearing. >> boy, if anybody tops the liberal's list of concerns is scott pruitt. and he was saying there is a theme of the folks who seeks to undermine the agency they represent and nobody meets that more in their minds. he is suing the e.p.a. he has worked closely with energy companies to roll back the environmental regulations. i think bernie sanders has been a vocal critic of him already and chris van h
FOX
Jan 13, 2017 6:30pm EST
it apart. but at the end of the day, i don't see -- first of all, president-elect donald trump said himself that he will make sure everybody is taken care of. in other words, there will be no gap. and so, to that point, i don't see them saying 20 million americans, hey, they will let guys in meantime, i just don't see the happy ending, these guys are smart, they won't let that happen. >>> house speaker ryan has been saying to go to the website, if you actually look at it. it's not one big comprehensive plan, there's pieces of the pie that seem to be confusing even if you try to put them together. as the republicans put together a plan, whatever that may be, what are the key things that you think needs to change? besides lower prices for the premium >> it really is a very complicated overall program. if i'm correct. i don't think they can pull every aspect out of it out of there have not they did something similar few years back and of course, president obama vetoed it. i think one of the most important thing is giving people choices, options to choose healthcare, the quality of heal
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 6:30pm EST
, congressman john lewis, saying mr. trump is not a legitimate president. >>> found alive. the baby stolen 18 years ago. tonight, the young woman discovered. >>> the blistering federal report on the chicago police department tonight. the feds reporting excessive force and racial bias. >>> a hidden america. what it's really like for families in this country, simply trying to make ends meet. diane sawyer is back tonight. >>> and, "america strong." the famous sisters tonight, and their heartfelt letter. after all, they lived it. > >>> good evening. it's great to have you with us on a friday night. we begin with the dangerous drive home for millions. the monster storm dumping freezifreez freezing rain over a 1,000-mile stretch. a snowplow driver running off the road in utah, the driver badly hurt. the driver of this suv skidding across traffic. 16 states from texas to pennsylvania in the storm zone as we go into the night. adrienne bankert leads us off. >> reporter: tonight, multiple states bracing for an epic ice storm. officials taking every precaution, closing schools and telling people to sta
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 6:30pm EST
. >> there was some heat. >> reporter: the f.b.i. and president-elect trump have suggested the d.n.c. was lax and uncooperative. >> they did a very poor job. >> reporter: but d.n.c. officials tell cbs news that from september of 2015 until april of 2016, the only person the f.b.i. spoke to at the d.n.c. was an outside vernd who provided i.t. services. hackers began posting the stolen emails online in june. the unguarded exchanges cost wasserman schultz her chairman manship. clinton campaign chair john podesta's emails were posted three months later. >> i don't see the president-elect as a legitimate president. >> reporter: georgia congressman and civil rights icon john lewis made that startling statement to nbc. >> i think the russians participated in helping this man get elected, and they helped destroy the candidacy of hillary clinton. >> reporter: he and at least seven other democrats have announced they will boycott next friday's inauguration. one of them is arizona's raul grijalva. >> i will be at home in arizona. >> reporter: democrats accused comey today of a double standard, speak
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 6:30pm EST
icon, congressman john lewis. what he just told nbc news about president-elect trump. >>> the reality of hope, one-on-one with president obama. looking back from where it all began. >>> kidnapping mystery bombshell, snatched from the hospital as a baby, found alive 18 years later. the woman who raised her as her daughter, under arrest. >>> and sea of blue, an emotional farewell for a hero. who taught us all about the power of forgiveness. >>> "nightly news" begins right now. >> announcer: from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. >> it is about as harsh a judgment as can be made against any police department. civil rights abuses, excessive force, shooting people who didn't pose a threat. just some of the damning findings in a u.s. justice department report about the chicago police department. the country's second largest police force. tonight, that city, already plagued by soaring gang violence, has agreed to a set of reforms after the chicago pd was ex-or yated by the feds, for abusive behavior felt most profoundly in minority communit
schedule go to cspan.org. >>> former education secretary arne duncan on what to expect from the trump administration in federal education policy and what should be the goals for a new education secretary. donald trump has nominated betsy devos for that post. >> good afternoon and happy new year. i'm michael hansen, senior fellow and director of the brown center on education policy here at the brookings institution. i welcome you here today to our discussion of the federal education policy under the trump administration. this event that we're holding today marks the culmination of the brown center's series on memos to the president on the future of k-12 education policy. this project brought together a team of scholars and practitioners with expertise in a variety of topics in pre-k through 12 to write memos aimed at informing the incoming president on how to proceed based on the best evidence we have in this space. this project began months ago prior to the election and those involved contributed their great ideas and their efforts to this project in hopes of helping to be critical ad
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 11:15pm GMT
challenge? i'm not saying that. there seems to be a misconception that left populism means, we like trump. it doesn't mean that. it means connect with people in a democratic, accountable way. is the labour party connecting with people at the moment? speak to people's concerns. sometimes you will have a political and media establishment, part of it will be in your own party, you will be facing that. the way to get your message to the people is to ambush, to change the message, to change the frame, to find a way to speak directly. the right of the party has run out of things to say, hasn't it? i agree. jeremy corbyn is not to blame for how the labour party became. he saw an opportunity in 2015 and he went for it. the moderate candidates did not have a satisfactory vision. centrist, or however you want to terms. we did not have a particularly compelling vision last year. i accept that. shouldn't they embrace the place where labour is in the moment, which is elected jeremy corbyn not once but twice? they have accepted the fact that jeremy has won again. they are letting him get on with being
american miracle." go to booktv.org for the complete weekend schedule. >> president-elect trump's nominee for cia director went before the senate intelligence committee this week. kansas congressman mike pompeo answered questions about why he should be confirmed for nearly two hours. [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] >> like to call this hearing to order. one procedural matter before we begin in ernst. we meet today prior to president-elect trump's inauguration and, therefore, have not yet received representative pompeo's nomination to be director of central intelligence agency. procedurally, we cannot vote on and report out the nomination until it's received in the u.s. senate. so today we'll have a hearing in expectations that that nomination will follow. our goal in conducting this hearing is to enable the committee to begin consideration of representative pompeo's qualifications to allow for thoughtful deliberation of our members. representative pompeo has already provided substantive writt
FOX
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
. >> absolutely worth every penny of it. >>> and donald trump mystery. >> what is really inside the folders? >> all of these paper that's you see here. >> are they actually blank pages. >> wow. that is a really big pile of something. [laughter] >> and lost ivanka video from "inside edition's" vault. her first big modeling gig. >> i model because i love to model. >>> then, sliding to his doom.
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
while game show host steve harvey gets facetime with donald trump, president-elect brushes aside reporters' questions about obamacare. tonight trump's party is moving towards repealing the affordable care act, but feuding over just how to replace it. >>> and first daughters. after growing up in the white house, sasha and malia obama are getting tips on life in the real world from two sisters who understand very much what it's like. we'll look at the moving message from jenna and barbara bush just days before the obama family's big move. >>> we want to welcome our viewers here in the united states and around the world. wolf blitzer is off today and i'm jim chusciutto and you're i "the situation room." >>> this is cnn breaking news. >>> the breaking news this hour congress takes the first step towards repealing president obama's signature health care law. the republican-led house joining the senate in approving the resolution that will begin that process. stand by for more details on that vote next and what will follow obama care. also tonight, newly revealed contact between the tr
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
with a president-elect and russian, trump's team confirming spoke on the phone one day before president obama kicked 35 russian diplomat out of the u.s. for interfering with election. here is trump's press secretary today. >> the call centered around the lo gisic of setting up a call with the president of russia and the president-elect after he was sworn in and they exchanged information on how to initiate and schedule that call. that was it. >> this news coming hours ahead of a closed door. after president-elect attack swellings saying no proof under reports about activities in russia. >> good to be with you. >> should i be as a citizen disturbed, alarmed or wondering about the spat that the plevgt president-elect is having with the intelligence? >> i don't think so. people are used to getting beat about the head and shoulders when i was director in '94 we caught a serious spy, we had a lot of people including congressmen beating on the intelligence community saying you have so fire somebody. i explain the four people who mader errors are already retired. it didn't matter. su
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
healthcare system. >> paul ryan and trump says they plan to have replacement approved before it's repealed. no matter what the future of the affordable care ac people who get coverage by february 1 only have until sunday night to register on healthcare.gov. anyone who goes without a month of coverage could face penalties. jonathan: the attorney general making a push to fight back against the hate crime. he finished a virginia-visit to northern virginia mossk to push for the tougher laws. jeff goldberg is joining us live with what is on the table. what are we talking about here? jeff: well, we are here at the mosque. he is concerned that the new immigration will not aggressively pursue the hate crimes so he wants to take a bigger role. part of the effort will take up legislation in dethe bait at the capitol in richmond -- richmond -- capitol in richmond. the mosque there is concern. >> there are people who are more than concerned. they are scared. they fear for their safety and the family safety. >> the fear is over the hate crimes. today the attorney general announcing new legislation to h
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
liz: fox business will have wall-to-wall coverage of president trump's inauguration next week. charles: good evening. president-elect trump slamming the leak of the unsubstantiated report of supposed activities. he tweeted totally made up facts by sleaze bag political operatives. inknowing there is no proof and never will be. my people will have a full report on hacking within 90 days. joining me top discuss. vavan hipp, he talked about democrats and republicans. >> it will be a fun four years, charles. the political hacks and consultants. i will tell you what concerns me, the fact that fake news was briefed to the president of the united states by u.s. intelligence officials. that underscores why one of the most important appointments that this president is going to have to make and he will have to do it soon after he's sworn in. he needs -- president obama has done virtually nothing. this is a chance for presidential trump to say i get it. we need massive reforms in the intelligence community. and we are going to get this right. by the way. in the intelligence community and
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
here on capitol hill and also online. president-elect donald trump in a twitter storm criticized democrats, denounced fake news and says his own people will come up with their own report on russian hacking. fbi director james comey went to capitol hill for a classified talk about russian hacking. lawmakers ended up talking about him. >> we can't tell you anything. all i can tell you is the fbi director has no credibility. >> comey's focus, russian hacking to influence the election. but a new investigation will examine whether he tilted a close race by publicly commenting on hillary clinton's e-mails. democrats didn't get the answers they wanted and have new questions about calls michael flynn made to russia's ambassador the same day sanctions were announced. >> we really need to have one president at a time. one on the trump team was trying to undercut what president obama was doing. >> in a flurry of tweets the president-elect says he will have his own people author a full report on hacking within 90 days. mr. trump also renewed his vow that obamacare will be repealed. the house
LINKTV
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
intimidating them. amy: donald trump's pick for secretary of defense, retired general james "mad dog" mattis , testified at his confirmation hearing that russia is a principal threat. he also sasaid he supports the iran nuclear deal, whihich trump hahas repeatedly criticized. >> i think to publicly display what i iran is up to, that their surrogates and proxies, their terrorist units that they support, to recognize the ballistic missile threat, to deal with the maritime threat, and to publicly make clear to everyone what they're doing in the cyber realm all helps to constrain iran. amy: we will host a roundtable discussion with andrew bacevich, author of "america's wawar for e greater middle east," trita parsi, president of the national iranian american council and author "losing an enemy: obama, iran, and the legacy of diplomacy," and with reporter aaron glantz, whose latest investigation asks "did defense , secretary nominee james mattis commit war crimes in iraq?" then earlier this week, at another confirmation hearing this one for senator jeff , sessions as attorney general, the head of
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 11:00pm GMT
choice? and when politics goes low, does the press go lower? we look at trump's relationship with the media. good evening and welcome to bbc news. there's been further confirmation of the difficulties within the nhs as it's emerged nearly half of all hospitals in england declared a major alert in the first week of the year. that means they had no more beds available, all routine surgery was cancelled and doctors were called in from leave. four out of ten trusts were forced to raise the alarm as hospitals and accident and emergency departments struggled to cope. nhs england says six of the trusts overall issued the highest alert, meaning patients' safety could be at risk. our health editor hugh pym has more. how do you feel now? it's still sore but a lot better than it was. perfect. another day, another a&e patient. here a fractured wrist is dealt with. apologies for the delay. patients waiting and nhs staff doing the best they can under extreme pressure. the story here at northwick park hospital in london is the same as across the service. things are a little quieter today, but th
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
lewis. what he just told nbc news about president-elect trump. >>> the reality of hope, one-on-one with president obama. looking back from where it all began. >>> kidnapping mystery bombshell, snatched from the hospital as a baby, found alive 18 years later. the woman who raised her as her daughter, under arrest. >>> and sea of blue, an emotional farewell for a hero
FOX
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
countdown is on, one week away from the inauguration of president-elect donald trump. coming up, we'll get a sneak peak at security preps to make sure everyone is safe on inauguration day. >>> if you're heading to the district for inauguration or women's march and you don't have a hotel, this place is a creative place for you to stay. we'll tell you more coming up. [000:07:55;00] ♪ ♪ there's never been a better time to come to bass pro shops than right now. e for big savings. like redhead men's white river henleys for under $10. and check out our new top of the line johnny morris platinum signature baitcast reel. and replacement of the affordable care act. joel waldman has more on the vote and what's next. >> pennsylvania, 53%. nebraska, 51%. >> house speaker paul ryan listing states where health insurance premiums sky rocketed since 2010 making the case today for why obamacare must be repealed and replaced >> people were promised if you like your plan you can keep it. well, get what? that was rated the lie of the year that year. >> the debate going on hours with lawmakers l
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
. trump is not a legitimate president. >>> found alive. the baby stolen 18 years ago. tonight, the young woman discovered. >>> the blistering federal report on the chicago police department tonight. the feds reporting excessive force and racial bias. >>> a hidden america. what it's really like for
PBS
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
-elect donald trump today renewed his efforts to discredit reports that russia has compromising information on him. on twitter, he said it's all "totally made-up facts by sleazebag political operatives." and, he said, they were "probably released by 'intelligence' agencies." and there were new questions about contacts between michael flynn, mr. trump's incoming national security adviser, and russia's ambassador to the u.s. we will delve into that, after the news summary. >> inskeep: that was part of a busy morning for the president- elect on twitter. he also said his onetime opponent hillary clinton was "guilty as hell" and that the f.b.i. was "very nice to her". f.b.i. director james comey made public statements about his investigation of clinton's emails during the campaign-- acts that an inspector general is now examining. >> woodruff: the u.s. justice department charged today that chicago's police have been violating people's rights for years. the federal agency found widespread use of excessive force and racial bias against blacks and latinos. u.s. attorney general loretta
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
-elect donald trump is still fighting back against claims the russians have potentially embarrassing information on him. craig boswell has more on where they were briefed on the russian hacking. >> reporter: president-elect donald trump was up early friday morning, tweeting about a dossier, compiled by a former british intelligence agent. he tweeted, totally made up facts by sleaze bag political operatives, both democrats and republicans. fake news. russia says nothing exists. >> thank you, intelligence leader. >> they briefed them about the dossier friday morning and emphasized the allegations are not verified. >> we need to find out if any of it is true. and i think it would be negligence on the part of our intelligence officials not to pursue that. >> house minority leader, nancy pelosi, called on the fbi to investigate claims trump administration officia h russians. >> what is it that the russians know or have about that communication during the campaign that increases their leverage over this new administration? >> the trump team says general michael glen, who will head up the n
CNBC
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
investor enthusiasm for the deregulation agenda of president-elect trump and morgan stanley has already withdrawn from some of the areas that had gotten overregulated. still i think this franchise is undervalued even at its 52 week high. if you've got a long-term perspective, i recommend using any potential decline to do some buying in morgan stanley. i feel the same way about united health, unh, which we declared this week is the biggest winner in the hmo business if obamacare gets repealed. they've developed the best health care outcomes business away from the traditional insurance role. unh is such a smart company and year after year it has crafted and created new markets and new business lines that are additive to earnings. it would be a gift if this one came in after reports. now, after the close tuesday, we get results from csx, the railroad. we want to hear about the business line that is coal, specifically what the company projects about coal given that donald trump will be in charge starting a week from now. trump promised beleaguered coal mining states that they'd have relief
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 10:40pm GMT
fight over because according to the daily telegraph, the outgoing us ambassador saying that donald trump wa nts to ambassador saying that donald trump wants to prove the eu down from within. it is no surprise to hear that. here's not keen on the eu. the first politician that he met after being elected was nigel farage. during the american election campaign he said that they were going to call for brexit plus, plus, plus. marie le pen with the trump tower yesterday. he has been comparing his movement to brexit for a long time and he sees itself as pa rt a long time and he sees itself as part of the antiestablishment. a long time and he sees itself as part of the antiestablishmentm a long time and he sees itself as part of the antiestablishment. it is the same as considering any big conglomerate a threat to him. the problem with the americans is that if you want to speak to europe who do you call? but the ambassador for the us makes the point that can be in the interests of america to fracture and split europe, so you have to speak to everyone of them. definitely not that it may be in the
CNBC
Jan 13, 2017 5:30pm EST
begins right now. with the markets at record highs, could it be time to fade trump trade. >> it could be right. in the last 60 days we've had a situation where this really parabolic move in a lot of secretary pores were beneficiaries of more pro growth. higher growth in the u.s. but also just a reflation trade globally. we've seen a bit of a stallout in the last 30 days. so i think it will be after the inauguration. what do the first 100 days look like? will they lay out the policy that's a lot of stocks have looked at with the enthusiasm? i think as we get into the spring, and it doesn't go as smoothly as a lot of people think, this is a sector. he know he wants to talk about it. it finally made a new all time high. i think some of them could be vulnerable. >> we've had ceos saying we have an industrial recession going on in this country. as the oil patch slowed down, they serviced them significantly. we've seen declining revenues and we've sboen caterpillar before. that's one example but there are tons of them. they have price in the all kinds of good news. i don't know that they'll
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 10:30pm GMT
outgoing us ambassador to the european union, who suggest that president trump wa nts to who suggest that president trump wants to bring down the years. the mirror carries the news of the baby that was kidnapped two decades ago in the united states, now found and returned to the mother. the guardian is claiming an exclusive after talking to the eu chief brexit negotiator about future relations with the city of london and the financial structures suggesting that the eu is blink first. the daily express is looking at the life and times of lord snowdon, the former husband of princess margaret who has died aged 86 and some great to grass in the papers today off—load sludden. —— of lord snowdon. theresa may has a problem with the long waiting times at any and one of her solutions is to get doctors surgeries to open longer hours. problem is putting it mildly. it is a sticking plaster on a gaping wound, to use a medical analogy. she was saying she will with draw funding from gp‘s surgeries. she's going to withdraw money if they cannot prove they can open and delivering longe
LINKTV
Jan 13, 2017 2:30pm PST
donald trump shrugs off differences between his stance and that of his cabinet nominee on a number of different issues. bringing consistency to immigration law, president obama ends a policy where cuban migrants in the u.s. would legally remain. u.n. talks aimed at ending decades of division in cyprus. good evening. we begin in the united states with the inauguration of president-elect donald trump, exactly one week away. of cabinetces appointees have been questioned in senate hearings, the purpose of which has been to examine their record and their views. their views on issues such as policy toward russia, torture, and muslim immigration doesn't entirely seem to match those of the president-elect. brian quinn has this report. could access the u.s. senate question stomach chumps nominees for cabinet positions a divide is opening up. between the views of the potential secretary and those of their future boss. >> russia today poses a danger. friends.t likely to be our value systems are starkly different. the same values. >> that assessment a notable contrast to trump, who has praised
presidential inauguration of donald trump is friday january 20th, c-span will have live coverage of all the days, events and ceremonies. watch live on c-span and c-span.org and listen live on the c-span radio app. >> earlier this week president-elect donald trump held his first news conference since winning the election. held in trump tower in new york city, this is just over one hour. [applause] >> good morning, thank you for being here, we are nine days away from the inauguration of the president and the vice president of the united states, it's an opportunity to be here today to allow the president elect to take your questions. after the president elect makes some remarks, he will introduce ms. sherry dylan, a prominent attorney with preto the best of myto the best of my-- prestigious firm lewis. before we start, i want to bring the attention on a report from buzzfeed, outrageous and irresponsible for a left-wing blog that was hostile to the president elect's campaign. according to buzzfeed's own editor there are some serious reasons to doubt the allegations in the report. the ex
LINKTV
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
? donald trump encouraged hateful attacks. and here it is not much better. we will speak with the head of human rights watch. mixed messages from the incoming trump team as to nominees contradict the president, the would-be head of the cia and defense secretary taking hard lines on russia. the u.s. government charges another car manufacturer with cheating on fuel in addition -- fuel in missions, the chrysler. -- fiat chrysler. a priceless iraranian art collection including works by francis bacon and picasso. the wife of the formerr shop p s at the -- shah is at the center of this intrigue. we speak why the exhibition had to be canceled in berlin. ♪ sarah: i am sarah kelly, thank you for joining us. human rights under threat in leading democracies. that is what human rights watch warns in its annual report. the group says that hatred and intolerance were major factors in donald trump's successful run for the white house, and it adds that european populists, using migrants as scapegoats and -- for the slow work. >> a man who does not like immigrants is about to become president. t
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
election. >>> plus, how russia has become a new test of republican allegiance to trump. >> is vladimir putin a war criminal? >> should we ignore the lessons of hisy in our relationship with vladimir putin. >> do you think the russians were behind hacking into our election? >> finally, the future of political messaging. while political advertising will never be the same. this is mtp daily and it starts right now. >>> good evening, i'm chuck todd here in washington and welcome to mpt daily on this auspicious friday 3th. it was nearly 42 years ago to the day that president jared ford bluntly told the nation this. >> i must say to you at the state of the union is not good. >> folks with just seven days until this inauguration, you could argue that american democracy and american leadership are facing a crisis of confidence. the likes of which we haven't seen in a very long time. democrats have aggressively gone after trump. they've aired their grievances about policy, templement and the election process. it was clear that questioning the legitimacy of the office of the presidency was a lin
FOX
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
president-elect donald trump takes the oath of office. a memo announce, the removal of general earl schwartz was obtained by washington journal. it says the 65-year-old will be officially dismissed at 12:01 p.m. on january 20th. shorts confirmed the memo saying he will retire at that time but he's insure of why he was dismissed. unlike other national guard chiefs who are appointed and dismissed by governors of their respective states, the chief of dc national guard reports directly to the president. so far, the white house has not commented on the move. >>> huge crowds are expected next weekend not just for the inauguration but also for the women's march on washington saturday. >> that mean hotels are filling up and the prices are skyrocketing. that's why one dc gym say they're opening their doors for a sleep over. alexandra limon is live in cleveland park to explain. how do you explain this one? >> that's they say anyone coming in from out of town who has just $25 can actually have a place to stay. that's because city fitness gym in cleveland park is opening up the doors for what t
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 10:00pm GMT
from their homes. twitter storm donald trump blames us intelligence again, for releasing allegations linking him with russia. the labour mp tristram hunt resigns — triggering a potentially difficult by—election for the party. and lord snowdon, the former husband of princess margaret and celebrity photographer, has died. and coming up in sportsday on bbc news: diego costa is dropped by chelsea. the striker has been left out of the premier league leaders‘ squad for their match at leicester, amid rumours of a big offerfrom china. good evening. there's been further confirmation of the difficulties within the nhs, as it's emerged nearly half of all hospitals in england declared a major alert in the first week of the year. that means they had no more beds available, all routine surgery was cancelled, and doctors were called in from leave. four out of ten trusts were forced to raise the alarm, as hospitals and accident and emergency departments struggled to cope. nhs england says six of the trusts overall issued the highest alert, meaning patients‘ safety could be at ris
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
inauguration the portrait gallery put up a picture of donald trump. it was take 1989. this is not part of the hall of presidents where the officially commissioned portraits are. those are typically made after a president leaves off. will be on display through february. alison: we learned the line-up of the concert before the inauguration. three doors down and they will john actor jon voigt for the welcome celebration and it will include military bands and fireworks. horace: the inauguration will be on the west lawn of the capitol but the crowds could extend down the national we are learning how they plan to keep the spectators safe. >> with 700 to 900,000 folks expected to come to washington, security is top of mind. >> more than 28,000 law enforcement officials will be working around the clock. each working side-by-side at the communication center known as the mac in northern virginia. visiting the m.a.c. friday, johnson said there is no credible threat. but changes have been made when it comes to the security perimeters. >> more heavy fortified against unauthorized vehicles by dum ce
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
, donald trump national security advisor was in contact with the russians at the very same time the obama administration was preparing to retal i didn't tell for russian cyber attacks. still on the attack, trump unleashes a barrage of tweets. sleez bag russia has compromising information on him. and trump calls hillary clinton quote, guilty as hell. she should not have been allowed to run for president. not legitimate, he conspired to get trump elect the. he says trump is not a legitimate president-elect. and closing in, in its closing days, the obama administration says the hunt for isis leader is intensifying and his days are numbered. are u.s. forces closing in? wolf blitzer is off today. i'm jim sciutto and you're in the situation room. >> announcer: this is cnn breaking news. >>> breaking news tonight, the house of representatives takes the first step towards dismantling obamacare. a mostly party line vote follows a similar move in the senate, allowing republicans to use the budget process to roll back major parts of the health care law. also breaking, congressman john lewis says he
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
replace it with something betterrism president-elect trump made similar assurances that republicans would reveal a plan. >> repeal even place. >> reporter: but democrats are not convinced. >> for six years they have had a chance to propose an alternate. >> reporter: we'valternate. >> reporter: republicans frankly have the votes to move forward with repealing obamacare and speaker of the house paul ryan said it will definitely happen within this next 100 days. reporting live from that washington, lana zak channel6 "action news. back to you monica. >> thank you lana. >>> what if there were a terrorist attack on the u.s. the very first day mr. trump takes office? security teams are practicing for that scary scenario right now. two so-called black swan emergency security exercises are going on today at the white house involving top members of the ob obama administration and incoming members of the trump administration. reince priebus and michael flynn are among the participants. >>> in world news tonight with david muir will have much more in the developments in the repeal of the afford
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
day, president-elect donald trump is still fighting back of claims russians potentially embarrassing information on him. today on capitol hill lawmakers were briefed on the controversy. president-elect donald trump was up early friday morning, tweeting about a does yah exiled by former british intelligence agent that claims russia has potentially damaging information about mr. . he tweeted totally hade up facts by sleeze bag political operatives both democrats and republicans. fake news. russia ace nothing exists. >> thank you mr. speaker. >> reporter: u.s. intelligence leaders briefed house members about the papers friday morning and emphasized the allegations are not verified. >> we need to find out if any of it is true and i think it would be negligence on the part of the our negligence officials not to pursue that. >> reporter: house minority leader nancy pelosi called on the fbi to investigate claims trump administration officials have been communicating with the russians. >> what is it that the russian s know or have about that communication during the cam pain increases their
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
at 11:00. >>> inauguration day is exactly a week away now. president elect donald trump spoke briefly with reporters today after a meeting with talk show host and comedian steve harvey at trump tower. president elect said he's not concerned some of his cabinet picks contradicted him at their confirmation hearings. he told them be yourself. he spoke about repealing the affordable care act. >> you have to step in before things get worse. this is nothing short of a rescue mission. >> that was speaker ryan there, of course. congress will start hearings to write new healthcare laws so the new president can sign them in the first 100 days. >>> nbc 10 has you covered around the clock for the inauguration, we're sending a team of reporters. and our live coverage begins next wednesday at 4:00 p.m. >>> now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >>> i'm first alert meteorologist erika martin. a live look outside at 4:59 p.m. that was the officially observed sunset today. temperatures above normal for this time of the year. weather headlines include tracking colder temperatures by saturday. closer to n
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
trump seemed to be in a fighting mood when he woke up this morning. starting around 6:00 a.m., trump went after hillary clinton, went after democrats, wentz after republicans. he said in a series of tweets that the allegations published in buzzfeed, he repeated again that that's fake news. he also said clinton should not have been allowed to run for president because of her private e-mail server. >>> news4 is back in baltimore where a house burned down and six children died. just ahead, the potential dangers in your homes, especially this winter that maryla maryland's fire marshal wants you to avoid. >>> following breaking developments in takata and its scheme to conceal faulty air bag inflaters. traffic on the roads and rails this weekend. friday and saturday from 10 to close will be single tracking on the red line. same situation on the yellow line friday and saturday. this weekend they are holding that inauguration dress rehearsal downtown. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. that means incredibly fast 150 meg internet. so in the 3.7 seconds
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
aware that some critics of trump have threatened to try and block his motorcade. just as george motorcade was briefly stopped. but the secretary says that is not going to happen this time. >> with every inauguration, every four years, there are lessons learned. >> there was, of course, some violence both inside and outside some of donald trump's campaign rallies. the park service says it has done its best to keep pro and anti-trump demonstrators separate. so that there is no conflict down here, during the inauguration. live on the national mall, bruce leshan, wusa 9. lesli? >> all right, bruce. homeland security secretary says he's expecting somewhere between 700,000 and 900,000 people to be there, when mr. trump is inaugurated. >>> so the head of the d.c. national guard is being removed from his post. major general erol schwartz is being forced out. just as donald office. he said he has not been told why he asked -- was asked to be stepped down. he started in 1976 by enlisting in the guard. >>> the inauguration committee today announced there will be two celebrations, free and
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
legislation to allow retired general james mattis to join the pentagon -- to join donald trump's cabinet. law prevented service not beenho have retired for seven years from joining. -- takata hasnd admitted to fraud and will be subjected to a compliance monitor. they have agreed to pay a settlement. global news 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. this is bloomberg. ♪ caroline: this is "bloomberg technology." coming up, donald inauguration is one week away. we will get perspectives from someone who is held the highest positions in washington. and we will give you a first look at a highly anticipated gaming console and speak with nintendo's president. million strike. we sit down with the president and cofounder. and repercussions remain in the spotlight as we count down to the inauguration of the president-elect. president elected donald trump said that they will have a report on hacking with his first 90 days as president. this comes after intelligence that says the russian government may have gathered intelligence against him.
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
"the five." it is a weekly from president-elect trump's inauguration and democrats are grasping at straws to delegitimize his resounding victory page the clinton camp still in full blown denial at the fact that mr. trump won fair and square. >> the election is over and donald trump is going to be inaugurated as our next president. that's not the question here. the question is whether outside actors influence the outcome of the election. >> every day, there are new shoes dropping, so to speak, that call into question the legitimacy of his win. we see that jim comey's actions are sufficiently questionable that the internal watchdog at the doj thinks they merit review. i think donald trump is trying to cling to whatever legitimacy it still is in effect here. >> the president-elect had a lot to say about it this morning, tweeting, quote: "what are hillary clinton's people complaining about with respect to the fbi? based on the information they had she should never have been allowed to run. guilty as hell. they were very nice to her. she lost because she campaigned in the wrong states.
CNBC
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
inflation will pick up. it is mission accomplished. >> clear sailing with donald trump in charge. >> that does it for closing bell and "fast money" begins now. >>> "fast money" starts right now. the ten-year anniversary celebration rages on. overlooking new york city's times square. "fast money" friends and tv legend regis philbin is here and he has some very important questions for the traders, plus he'll tell us when he thinks dow 20 k will happen. the nasdaq endsing the day in 14. soaring to a record high. remaining the best performance of 2017 and just in time for the "fast money." coincidence? maybe not on. a day that tech dominated, we saw it could have been a may know day after they all report better than expected earnings. the financials ended the day without much fanfare. with not a lot of holding pattern, it is time for classic "fast money" game. we'll pull it out in the a block. would you rather tech versus bank? >> right out of the gates. banks or tech, would you rather? >> right at the top. >> banks! >> i'm going on get crust on this. i say banks. tech is a pretty broad thing
FOX
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
the republicans to make america sick again. >> reporter: president-elect donald trump and his supporters repeatedly promising that the repeal and replace many of the affordable care act would be item number one on the new administration's agenda with mr. trump tweeting this out this morning. "the unaffordable care act will soon be history". >> mr. trump has asked a replacement plan hit his desk in the oval office by februar february 20th. n washington, joel waldman, fox news. >>> a woman kidnapped when she was just a baby back in 1998 has been found safe. police say they have just located mobile until south carolina. the little baby was abducted from the hospital just hours after she was born. police holding a news conference today. there was only grainy video of the suspect and no photos of the mobley so the search was very difficult to begin with. police are not at this point going into very much detail about why mobley was taken. only that she did think the woman who was raising her was in fact her birth mother. prosecutors have charged 51-year-old gore ya williams with kid
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
to the future. donald trump is going to be our president. we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead. >> all of us, including the vice president, are committed to the kind of smooth and effective transition that president obama directed. >> our key is to, at this point, be ensuring a smooth transition. >> we, of course, share the objective that the whole government has to work constructively to ensure a smooth transition. >> following the president's leadership and ensuring a smooth and orderly transition. >> my number one priority in the coming two months is to try to facilitate a transition that ensures our president-elect is successful. >> the peaceful transfer of power from one freely elected president to the next. [cheers and applause] . liz: we're now just a week away from the president-elect's inauguration, but trump's team is now asking, where is that smooth, peaceful transition that all the democrats promised? welcome to "risk & reward," i'm elizabeth macdonald in for deirdre bolton, we are a week away from the inauguration, and remember the peaceful transition we showe
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 9:45pm GMT
england, thousands of people are evacuated from their homes. twitter storm donald trump blames us intelligence again, for releasing allegations linking him with russia. the labour mp tristram hunt resigns — triggering a potentially difficult by—election for the party. and lord snowdon, the former husband of princess margaret and celebrity photographer, has died.
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